It will soon be time for spooky fun and good food. And even if you don’t celebrate Halloween, as many people do not, the recipes can still be made and enjoyed any time you like.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Oct. 1 marks the beginning of my favorite month of the year. It is also World Vegetarian Day, so if you like veggies, I hope you will find a recipe here that you want to try.
Sept. 16 was National Guacamole Day (and Nov. 14 will be National Spicy Guacamole Day). You know how much I love food celebrations!
No matter what time of year it is, I often get cravings for sweets. Pecan pralines are favorites of mine, as anything with brown sugar is very attractive.
September is National Honey Month, and since I really like honey, especially local honey, I thought it would be fun to share some recipes that use this sweet, sticky ingredient.
Here I go again, fondly recalling the days of my youth when my family loved to attend our local fair. In that case, it was the Santa Clara County Fair.
For those of you who like sunflower seeds, I’m sure you can relate to those times when you can’t stop eating them.